Answered your pm.
For anyone else who might be curious, this is what I did:
Humidity from day 1 to day 24 was 40ish% with watching air cells to make sure they weren't too big or small. Day 24/25-28 is bumped to 75-80% and got up to 90% when they were hatching (from moisture in the eggs/on the chicks). My temps were kinda high at 99-101F (approx 38C) but my bator was in celcius, and didn't set half points. The usual temp is 99.5-100F
Hope that helps! Oh and if you're ordering eggs it's best to have them sit with the fat end (the one the air cell should be on) up for 24-48 hours. I do it in the bator with the turner unplugged so they can get a head start since shipped eggs have a harder time anyway. Then after the 24ish hours I just plug in the turner/start turning and viola.
Just check air cells at day 7, 14, and 21, then again at lockdown. If they're too small, lower the humidity, too big and you raise it. There are plenty of diagrams floating around the forum and on google images.